Quick question (I hope). I have remote site that is connected to HQ via frame relay. We have just added an Internet T1 to the site and have established a site to site VPN tunnel (PIX). I need to route email (MS Exchange) through the VPN tunnel and all other traffic over the frame. My question is will the following static route aaplied on the frame router perform the same funtion as the route map listed below? any input is appreciated.
ip route <ip of mail server> 255.255.255.255 <ip of internal if of PIX>
access-list 111 permit ip any host <ip of mail server>
Thanks for the reply. Do I need to apply anything to the corporate end? If a host at the remote site initiates a request to the mail server, will the return traffic pass over the VPN tunnel or will it go over the default frame connection?
At the corporate end, if you have a static route for all traffic destined for the remote-site to go back through the frame circuit then you will need to use route-map to send email traffic over the VPN tunnel.
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